Senate Bill 636

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 Gov. Rick Snyder late Tuesday signed Senate Bill 636, which will allow telephone companies to eliminate landline phone service with only 90 days' notice beginning in 2017.
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The Michigan House voted to pass a bill on Tuesday that would allow phone companies to eliminate landline telephone service with only 90 days' notice starting in 2017.
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The Michigan House Committee on Energy & Technology narrowly passed a telecommunications bill Wednesday that will enable phone companies to eliminate landline service with only 90 days' notice starting in 2017.
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                                                              Senate Bill 636, which would allow phone companies to eliminate landline telephone service with only 90 days’ notice starting in 2017, is a threat to the lives and safety of Michigan residents, according to the law enforcement community and AARP Michigan.
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The Michigan Senate voted to pass a bill on Thursday that would allow phone companies to eliminate landline telephone service with only 90 days' notice starting in 2017.
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AARP Michigan members are saying in droves that they don't want to lose their landline telephone service.
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LANSING, MI -- AARP Michigan announced today it is sending letters to members of the State Senate Energy & Technology Committee notifying them that their vote on Senate Bill 636 is designated a “key vote.”  By designating the telecommunications bill a key vote, AARP will inform members and the public about how lawmakers vote on this critical bill. 
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LANSING – An AARP Michigan call to action in opposition to a Senate bill that would allow AT&T to abandon its landline telephone service in the state spurred more than 500 AARP members to call their state Senators over the past several days.
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AARP Michigan strongly opposes Senate Bill 636, which would eliminate minimal consumer protections and cut landline service that is so important to seniors across the state, especially in rural areas.
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